The AggreGator: Tebowing while chemoing

January, 1, 2012
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- There have been many heart-warming stories of inspiration on this journey of Tebow-mania we've all been on this fall. This one might top them all.

Joey Norris, 13, shares his story of fighting leukemia and "Tebowing while Chemoing."

The Tim Tebow Foundation has flown Joey and his family out to today's Broncos-Chiefs game.

Also attending today's game is former Rutgers player Eric LeGrand, who was paralyzed when he suffered a spinal injury in 2010 during a game against Army. Like many, LeGrand has said he draws inspiration from watching Tebow.

Here's AFC West blogger Bill Williamson's take on today's game:

Plenty at stake in Tebow-Orton Bowl
As if the Denver Broncos and Tim Tebow need any more pressure. A home loss to Kansas City in Week 17, coupled with an Oakland win at home against San Diego on Sunday, will keep the Broncos out of the playoffs. They would be 8-8 and end the season with three straight losses.

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